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News outlets post way more pictures of men than women to Facebook
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Also, men’s faces actually take up more space in the pictures.
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“Subscribers pay their money and get access to a product. But members join the cause and participate because they believe in it.”
“Even facts are opinions.”
“It’s useful to us to see what people keep on their counters. Do they have their pots and pans hanging or tucked away? It’s a neat window into their lives.”
Our analysis of the links 10 cities saw in Facebook’s local news section found funeral home obituaries, years-old stories, and yes, some meaningful local journalism. But not a lot.
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